Every now and then I pinch myself that I get to work with some fabulous Companies and Pretty Pink Posh is one of those, not only are their products gorgeous but I love their packaging… I'm a bit of a packaging snob LOL !!!
A very big crafty hello and welcome to a very special Blog Hop collaboration with the WOW! Embossing Powder & Pretty Pink Posh design teams.
We are going to bring you a fun hop where there are PRIZES from both companies up for grabs, inspiration and videos.
WOW! Embossing Powder is giving away any 6 powders from your choosing along with a WOW carry case to store you powders safely in.
Pretty Pink Posh has an amazing Prize Pack - An assortment of goodies up to the value of $75.
The crafters involved in this hop are going to bring you an array of projects, colouring inspiration and a variety of ways to have fun with both Pretty Pink Posh & WOW Embossing Powders collectively.
We have a super talented line up ahead …..
The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on ALL THE POST of this blog hop by 6.00am PST on Sunday 29th of July 2018 and will be announced on the blog on week of Monday 30th July 2018.
Marion is kickstarting with her project here on the WOW Blog -
This is such a quick and simple card, I feel a bit of a cheat, but wanted to share it with you.
I've used a tent fold card base with a slightly smaller panel, I die cut a circle from the panel, making sure the sentiment I wanted to use would fit !! Adhere panel to the card base.
Stamp and emboss the sentiment with Pink Robin Embossing Powder in the middle of the die cut, I love how fine this font is and our powders work beautifully with it. This is just a regular grade powder, but it picks up the lines perfectly.
Stamp and emboss one of the butterflies on some scrap white card, I used Pink Robin as the base, once heated, I went over it with the outline stamp using Sunset Boulevard, I repeated this, then did the same this time using Bird of Paradise with Carousel over the top.
Die cut the butterflies out using the matching dies.
To add a little dash line around the circle, place the die back in the aperture and draw on lines using the circle as a template.
Here's all the items I used for this card.
Don't forget there's prizes up for grabs !!! Keep hopping and I hope we inspire you !!